All Urban rail operators articles – Page 7

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    Tranvia di Mestre

    Two-line network using the Alstom/NTL system of rubber-tyred tram vehicles and central guide rail, operated by ACTV. The original route ran southwest-northeast across Mestre via the station. On 12 September 2014 a 3·7 km, 9-stop extension southwest from Serenaglia to Panorama was opened. On 16 September 2015 an 8·8 km, ...

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    Tranvia di Padova

    Single north-south route with 26 stops using the Alstom/NTL system of rubber-tyred tram vehicles and central guide rail. The first section was opened in 2007, with APS Holding as owner and operator. Starting at Guizza, the line runs north via the historic centre to the main station, and was extended ...

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    Metro di Salerno

    Line 1 of this metro-style suburban operation opened 2007. Address Via Cisterna dell'Ollo 44 Napoli 80134 Salerno Italy Phone +39 081 552 5398 Fax +39 081 551 0361 Email info@enteautonomovolturno.it Website www.enteautonomovolturno.it Gauge: 1435 mm Length: 8 km Rolling stock 9 EMU ...

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    TAO le réseau de l'AgglO

    North-south light rail Line 1 (17·9 km, 24 stops) opened 2000. The east-west Line 2 opened 30 June 2012 (11·3 km, 25 stops), with 2 km of ground-level APS electrification. On 21 November 2018 Keolis secured a follow-on 6-year operating contract, running until the end of 2024. Address ...

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    Tours Métropole Val de Loire

    Work on Line A began in early 2011, and the north-south route from Vaucanson to Lycée Jean Monet (29 stops) opened on 31 August 2013. On 19 November 2018, Tours Métropole Val de Loire renewed Keolis Tours' operating contract, the 7-year extension running until December 2025. Address ...

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    Tranvía de Jaén

    Line 1 opened 3 May 2011, serving 10 stops from the city centre to Vaciacostales on the northern outskirts. Address Calle de Joaquín Tenorio 23001 Jaén Spain Phone +34 900 727 273 Website www.tranviajaen.es Gauge: 1435 mm Length: 5 km Electrification 5 km ...

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    Tranvías de Zaragoza

    First section (12.8 km, 14 stops) of north-south line (25 stops) opened 14 April 2011. Address Avenida de Gómez Laguna 160 50019 Zaragoza Spain Phone +34 97 679 5008 Fax +34 97 622 9158 Email contacta@tranviasdezaragoza.es Website www.tranviasdezaragoza.es Gauge: 1435 mm Length: 6 ...

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    Metro de Málaga

    Two-line light metro network (12·8 km, 17 stations) opened 30 July 2014. Work began on this mostly underground "Y"-shaped network in 2005. The two lines join at the mainline station and are being operated as a single route using a fleet of low-floor LRVs, pending opening of a short extension ...

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    Metro de Maracaibo

    First section of Line 1 officially opened in 2006, with full opening from Altos de La Vanega northeast to the city centre at Libertador (6·5 km, 6 stations) in June 2009; plans exist for an extension northwest from Libertador to La Curva de Molina. Address Av Don ...

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    Metro de Quito

    Construction of the north-south Line 1 (22 km, 15 stations) began in January 2016 with opening expected in December 2019; funding was approved in 2012, with completion originally planned for 2016. Overhead supply of 1·5 kV DC will power 18 six-car trains from CAF between Quitumbe in the south and ...

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    Metro de Sevilla

    Lght metro opened in April 2009, running northeast from Ciudad Expo to the city centre, then southeast to Olivar de Quintos; there are 21 stations with passive provision for one further stop. Trains are five-segment LRVs, rather than heavy metro vehicles. A light rail line is under construction from ...

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    Metrocentro de Sevilla

    Short light rail line (Metrocentro) opened 2007 and extended April 2011 to San Bernardo (5 stops); run by Sevilla urban transport operator Tussam. Address Avenida de Andalucía 11 41007 Sevilla Spain Website www.tussam.es Traffic Passenger journeys: 4.9 million Information year: 2010 ...

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    Metropolitano de Tenerife SA

    Initial route opened June 2007 linking Santa Cruz de Tenerife and La Laguna; Line 2 (3·6 km, 4 additional stops and 2 shared with Line 1) opened May 2009. Address Carretera General La Cuesta-Taco 124 San Cristóbal de La Laguna (Santa Cruz de Tenerife) 38108 Tenerife Spain ...

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    Regia de Transport Public Ploiesti

    First line opened 1987; network comprises 2 routes with 35 stops. Address Str Gageni 88 100137 Ploiesti Romania Phone +40 244 543751 Fax +40 244 513228 Email office@ratph.ro Website www.ratph.ro Traffic Passenger journeys: 17 Information year: 2006 Company size ...

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    VLT Cuiabá

    Plans for a 22·2 km two-line tramway are under review, following cancellation of the turnkey contract with VLT Cuiabá consortium (which comprised CAF Brasil, CR Almeida and Santa Bárbara). It was due to open for the 2014 FIFA World Cup but construction has stalled. The original plan was for ...

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    Metrotramvia di Cosenza

    A €98m contract for the design and construction of a 9·4 km tram line in Cosenza was signed by the Calabria regional authority and a consortium led by construction company CMC in July 2017. The line will run from Piazza della Riforma to the University of Calabria campus in Rende, ...

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    Varanasi Metro Rail Corp Ltd

    Central government approval for a 2-line metro was received in May 2016; however, a review in 2017 and resubmission of the project led to its rejection in June 2018. The line would have run southeast from BHEL via Varanasi Jc station to Banaras Hindu University (19·3 km, 17 stations), ...

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    Transports en Commun de l'Agglomération Rouennaise

    First line opened 1994; network now comprises 2 lines with 31 stations. Operated on a 30-year concession by TCAR, a subsidiary of Transdev. Address 15 rue de la Petite Chartreuse PO Box 99 76002 Rouen CEDEX 1 France Phone +33 2 35 89 12 87 Fax +33 ...

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    Sociedade de Transportes Colectivos do Porto SA

    Heritage tramway with first line opening 1872. Currently three routes in operation; routes 1, 18 (opened in 2005) and 22 (opened in 2007) totalling 9 km and operated by 6 Brill cars. Address Av Fernão de Magalhães 1862/13 4350-158 Porto Portugal Phone +351 22 507 1000 Fax ...

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    Uijeongbu Light Rail Transit Co Ltd

    Automated driverless rubber-tyred light metro (VAL) in Seoul's northern suburbs with 15 stations including interchange with Seoul Metro Line 1 at Hoeryong. Construction began in 2007 and the line opened in July 2012. The company filed for bankruptcy in 2016, but operation has continued. Address Korea (South) ...